When Arnold Schwarzenegger decided against Predator 2, which would have seen him reprise his role of Dutch teaming with a cop in LA to take on a new Predator changes needed to be made. One of the possible versions would have seen Steven Seagal as the hero. Unfortunately director Stephen Hopkins was not impressed when he met him. Speaking in a recent interview he had this to say
"Seagal was on board, and I had to go have a meeting with him at his house, which was one of the craziest afternoons I've had, sort of to talk him out of doing it. It was a bizarre -- he's a very unusual, slightly twisted kind of guy, and in the end I couldn't see myself doing it with him. It didn't feel right. He wasn't the kind of hero... I thought it would just turn into a cheesy -- you know, it's got plenty of cheese now, but it's a kind of cool cheese, I think, as opposed to uncool cheese. He was desperate to do it. I went up to his house, he crushed my hand and he took me into a room where all the walls were covered with guns. He told me he wanted to play a CIA psychiatrist who is also a martial arts expert and carried a gun. I listened to him for a long time, and he was clearly a little crazy at the time. I said, 'Oh, this is different from the way we were going, so I guess we shouldn't do it.' Then he became really keen to do it, and he threw his arm around me on the way out and he said, 'I want you to come to my ranch in Santa Barbara because I've got a grenade launching range there, so we can go and launch grenades together.' I said, 'Yeah, great, we'll do that.' But that didn't happen. Sorry, I'm not a fan of his, so..."
The version we ended up seeing was Danny Glover taking on the main role, and I for one have always been a huge fan of the film. Although now I wonder how it would have been with Seagal
It's rumored multiple Predator movies could be in the works under the Disney-owned 20th Century Studios, and one of the many ideas being floated around is a direct sequel to Nimrod Antal’s cult favorite Predators. Not only that, but the project will be looking to succeed where every other installment has failed by convincing Schwarzenegger to finally reprise his iconic role as Major Dutch Schaefer.
Adrien Brody is also being linked with a return as Predators‘ Royce, and the character was essentially a direct homage to Dutch anyway, right down to smearing himself in mud for the climactic showdown opposite the hulking extraterrestrials. A mashup between John McTiernan’s classic original and the world introduced in Predators would definitely get the fans on board.
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The directors behind 21 Jump Street and its sequel, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, are teaming up once again with Channing Tatum for a currently untitled monster movie. While more specific details are being kept under wraps, the movie will reportedly be based on one of Universal's classic monsters such as Dracula and Wolfman and will be a strictly tongue-in-cheek interpretation set in modern times.
Although it is not currently known which of the beloved Universal Monsters the movie will focus on, the studio is likely aiming for a bold, new reinvention following the recent success of hit horror movie The Invisible Man. Lord and Miller will produce the project under their Lord Miller banner, with Tatum set to star in the lead. Wes Tooke, who recently penned the Roland Emmerich directed World War II movie Midway, is set to write the script based on an original idea from producer Reid Carolin.
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Well so far I have covered horror, action, sci-fi, and drama. So now its time to take a look at Comedy. TO be honest as big of an action and horror fan as I am I love a good comedy. The 80’s were an amazing time for comedy films. SO many fantastic ones came out during those years it was very hard to pick a top 10. My top 3 were easy as they are actually my 3 favorite comedies of all time. Picking the rest was tough. In fact I had to rewatch several of them to make sure they still held up. They all did which made this even harder. From Slapstick, to Parody, to R Rated humor the 80’s had everything but political correctness. So here in my opinion are the top ten 80’s comedy films.
10) Once Bitten: Before he became the Pet Detective and shot to mega stardom Jim Carrey was in this little known vampire parody. Its actually one of the funniest films in his library, and that’s saying something. A centuries-old vampire, the countess (Lauren Hutton) has kept her youthful look by drinking the blood of male virgins. Since she finds this prey challenging to come by, she is thrilled when she meets young Mark Kendall (Jim Carrey), who wants to lose his virginity, yet has a reluctant girlfriend, Robin (Karen Kopins). After luring Mark away from a club, the countess drinks his blood, but the hapless guy isn't sure what has happened until he starts exhibiting unusual symptoms.
9) Ruthless People: Although known primarily for Airplane and the Naked Gun films the Zucker Brothers did this classic comedy in 1986 that’s a laugh riot from beginning to end. Danny DeVito Steals the movie and gives the best performance of his film career in my opinion. Sam Stone (Danny DeVito) hates his wife, Barbara (Bette Midler), so much that he wants her dead. He's ecstatic when she's taken by a duo of kidnappers who want $500,000 ransom in exchange for her life. Fully intending to ignore every one of the kidnappers' demands in the hopes that they do him a favor and murder her for him, the two confused kidnappers (Judge Reinhold, Helen Slater) have to figure out how they're going get their money, and what they're going to do with the overbearing Barbara.
8) Police Academy: The film that started a franchise. From 6 sequels to an animated series Police Academy is a legend of 80’s comedies. To this day there is talk of a reboot and or remake. When the mayor of a crime-ridden city loosens the restrictions on entering the police academy in order to get more cops on the street, all manner of oddball characters enlist to join the force. Among the cadets are suave Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg), hulking Moses Hightower (Bubba Smith), beautiful Karen Thompson (Kim Cattrall) and sound effects-generating Larvell Jones (Michael Winslow), who all have to show initiative and courage when they are faced with tough situations out on patrol.
7) Moving Violations: Sure its basically John Murray doing a bad Bill Murray impersonation but this film is still a laugh riot. I watched it a few weeks ago and still cracked up. The 15min long chase scene at the end is still one of my all-time favorite comedy scenes. After receiving traffic violations, young Dana Cannon (John Murray) and other motorists are ordered by Judge Nedra Henderson (Sally Kellerman) to attend a driving school as a way to avoid further penalties. The reluctant students must contend with the stern Deputy Halik (James Keach) as a teacher and remain resigned to completing the course. However, when Dana and his classmates learn of a devious scheme involving Henderson and Halik, they rebel against their deceptive authority figures.
6) Caddyshack: Don’t get me wrong this is an amazing film and deserves all the accolades it gets, I just personally find 5 other films funnier. Not taking anything away from Caddyshack however. You don’t have to enjoy golf to enjoy this hilarious film. One of the first Snobs vs Slobs films this will go down as a timeless classic. Danny Noonan (Michael O'Keefe), a teen down on his luck, works as a caddy at the snob-infested Bushwood Country Club to raise money for his college education. In an attempt to gain votes for a college scholarship reserved for caddies, Noonan volunteers to caddy for a prominent and influential club member (Ted Knight). Meanwhile, Danny struggles to prepare for the high pressure Caddy Day golf tournament while absorbing New Age advice from wealthy golf guru Ty Webb (Chevy Chase).
5) I’m Gunna Git You Sucka: There are parody films, then there is I’m Gunna Git You Sucka. The first comedy from the Wayans family. This is a fantastic parody of Blaxploitation films, that’s so funny you don’t even need to see any of them to get all the jokes. I saw this when I was a little kid and laughed and laughed. I still laugh to this day. Jack Spade (Keenen Ivory Wayans) comes home to the ghetto and finds his brother dead from a gold chain overdose. With the help of his hero, John Slade (Bernie Casey), and a team of washed-up crime fighters, Spade declares vengeance on Mr. Big (John Vernon), the white crime leader responsible for selling gold chains on the streets. But Spade realizes that he must take matters into his own hands to finish the job in this zany spoof of 1970s blaxploitation films.
4) Revenge of the Nerds: An all time classic. Nerds vs Jock. It will never get old. Unfortunately all the sequels stink. But this one is a classic that people will be watching for generations. I saw it when I was in 4th grade and have been a huge fan ever since. It’s politically incorrect, r rated, and just plane fun. In fact you’ll cheer the nerds and they battle the evil Alpha Betas. Geeky college students Gilbert (Anthony Edwards) and Lewis (Robert Carradine) are evicted from their dormitory when the Alpha Betas -- who recently burned down their own fraternity house by accident -- confiscate the building. When the college forces the freshmen to live in the gym, Gilbert, Lewis and their fellow dorks relocate to a run-down house. When the Alpha Betas, led by jock Stan (Ted McGinley), repeatedly humiliate them, the nerds plot revenge
3) Return of the Killer Tomatoes: Not only is this a classic George Clooney film its an all time masterpiece. Sure the first one was bad, but this one was amazing. Tons of inside gags, 4th wall breaking, you name it. This was a self-aware film before there was such a thing. It was years ahead of its time. Clooney and Anthony Stake are a fantastic comic duo and it’s a shame they did not reunite for any of the sequels. The killer tomatoes are back! But this time around, they’re going to have to contend with late ’80s George Clooney and his wicked mullet… Is it a fruit? Is it a vegetable? Nope, it’s Return of the Killer Tomatoes! Ten years on from the Great Tomato War, mankind lives in fear of another uprising by the waxy red menace. Meanwhile, Professor Gangreen – played with gusto by the great John Astin from TV’s The Addams Family – sets out to pursue his own evil ends by creating a burgeoning army of tomato militia men (who, somewhat conveniently, look just like regular men
2) Private Resort: Before he was on 21 Jump Street Johnny Depp was causing hijinks at a private resort. This is in my opinion the last great comedy out there. Not a parody, just single jokes highlighted by hilarious chase scenes through a hotel. It’s a must watch for anyone looking for a laugh. It follows the crazy of 80’s comedy’s featuring a couple of guys looking to have sex. Yes that was actually the plot of tons of 80’s films, and TV shows as well. But this takes it to another level to say the least. Johnny Depp and Rob Morrow star as Jack and Ben, respectively, teen buddies who are on the sexual prowl for beautiful, wealthy girls at a posh Miami resort where they are weekend guests. Also on the prowl is The Maestro (Hector Elizondo), a skilled jewel thief who is pursuing the diamond necklace of society woman Amanda Rawlings (Dody Goodman). When they accidentally run afoul of the Maestro, Ben and Jack suddenly have their hands.
1) The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad: Based on the tv show no one watched comes the funniest film ever made. I saw this on opening night in a packed house and laughed so hard I cried for almost 90min. The jokes never stop. In fact it’s the only film to make me laugh so hard my stomach hurt. Ican watch it over and over again and still laugh. Its become an iconic film for good reason. Who will forget Enrico Pallazo for God sakes? Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen), a rather clueless police detective, tries to foil a plot to turn innocent people into assassins through mind control. After his partner, Norberg (O.J. Simpson), is shot, Frank sets out to find the culprit, leading him to business tycoon Vincent Ludwig (Ricardo Montalban). However, Frank has no evidence until he meets Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley), Ludwig's assistant. She knows nothing about Ludwig's devious plans, but falls for Frank and agrees to help him.
It has now been confirmed that the Merc with a Mouth will return in Deadpool 3, with Ryan Reynolds all set to once again reprise the role of the Marvel anti-hero. Meetings have reportedly been taking place with writers over the past month, with Reynolds hearing an assortment of pitches from a variety of talented scribes, finally settling on Bob's Burgers duo Wendy Molyneux and Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin to pen the highly anticipated Deadpool threequel.
There has been no word of what would be done with the character since the acquisition of Fox by Disney, and while there have been whispers of the X-Men eventually joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, nothing has been mentioned about the R-rated Deadpool. The character's penchant for bloody violence and foul language has had many wondering how exactly Deadpool could be brought into the family-friendly world of The Avengers and Spider-Man, and while it remains to be seen whether this will ever even happen, Reynolda and the Molyneux sisters have clearly found a way to continue the Deadpool franchise under the Disney banner.
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WALKER, a reimagining of the long-running series “Walker, Texas Ranger,” stars Jared Padalecki (“Supernatural”) as Cordell Walker, a widower and father of two with his own moral code, who returns home to Austin after being undercover for two years, only to discover there’s harder work to be done at home. He’ll attempt to reconnect with his creative and thoughtful son (Kale Culley, “Me, Myself and I”) and his headstrong, somewhat rebellious teenaged daughter (Violet Brinson, “Sharp Objects”) and navigate clashes with his family - an ADA brother (Keegan Allen, “Pretty Little Liars”) who stepped in during Walker’s absence, his perceptive mother (Molly Hagen, “Herman’s Head”) and his traditional rancher father (Mitch Pileggi, “The X-Files”). Walker’s former colleague is now his Ranger Captain, (Coby Bell, “The Game”). Walker finds unexpected common ground with his new partner (one of the first women in Texas Rangers’ history) played by Lindsey Morgan (“The 100”), while growing increasingly suspicious about the circumstances surrounding his wife’s death. The show also stars Jeff Pierre as Trey Barnett.
Renowned animation producer Bruce Timm takes the Dark Knight back to the 1970s for a supernatural-laden martial arts extravaganza in Batman: Soul Of The Dragon, the next entry in the popular series of the DC Universe Movies. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the feature-length animated film will be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting January 12, 2021, and on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack and Blu-ray on January 26, 2021. Order due date is December 22, 2020. The film is rated R for some violence.
Batman: Soul Of The Dragon will be available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack (USA $39.99 SRP; Canada $44.98 SRP) and Blu-ray (USA $29.98 SRP; Canada $39.99 SRP) as well as on Digital. The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack features an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc in 4K with HDR, a Blu-ray disc featuring the film in hi-definition, and a digital version of the movie. The Blu-ray features a Blu-ray disc with the film in hi-definition and a digital version of the movie.
Set in the midst of the swinging 1970s, this Elseworlds adventure finds Bruce Wayne training under a master sensei. It is here that Bruce, along with other elite students, is forged in the fire of the martial arts discipline. The lifelong bonds they form will be put to the test when a deadly menace arises from their past. It will take the combined efforts of Batman, world-renowned martial artists Richard Dragon, Ben Turner and Lady Shiva, and their mentor O-Sensei to battle the monsters of this world and beyond!
The ensemble cast features a core group of actors playing martial arts students-turned-heroes in David Giuntoli (Grimm, A Million Little Things) as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Mark Dacascos (John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, Iron Chef America, Hawaii Five-0) as Richard Dragon, Kelly Hu (Arrow, X2: X-Men United) as Lady Shiva and Michael Jai White (Spawn, reprising his role from Arrow) as Ben Turner/Bronze Tiger. Their mentor O-Sensei is voiced by James Hong (Big Trouble in Little China, Blade Runner). Josh Keaton (Voltron: Legendary Defender; Green Lantern: The Animated Series) is featured as Jeffrey Burr, and additional voices are provided by veteran voiceover actors Grey Griffin, Chris Cox, Erica Luttrell, Robin Atkin Downes, Patrick Seitz, Jamie Chung and Eric Bauza.
Sam Liu (Reign of the Supermen, Batman: The Killing Joke) is Producer and Director of Batman: Soul Of The Dragon, utilizing a script by Jeremy Adams (Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge). Producers are Jim Krieg (Batman: Gotham by Gaslight) and Kimberly S. Moreau (Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: Red Son) and Sam Register are Executive Producers. Michael Uslan is Executive Producer.
The film is dedicated to legendary DC writer Dennis O’Neil, who co-created the characters Richard Dragon, O-Sensei, Bronze Tiger and Lady Shiva. O’Neil passed away on June 11, 2020.
Batman: Soul Of The Dragon Special Features
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray and Digital
One of 2020’s last big blockbusters, Wonder Woman 1984, will simultaneously be released in theaters and on HBO Max on December 25th
Unlike Mulan, Wonder Woman 1984 won’t cost anything extra beyond the monthly subscription fee. HBO Max subscribers will have the opportunity to watch the film directly from home. The streaming service costs $14.99 a month. The move comes as uncertainty grows over whether theaters will remain open as cases surge across the United States. Even if they do remain open, however, it’s uncertain whether people will actually attend screenings. This way, WarnerMedia can boost its HBO Max subscribers and still give people around the world (where HBO Max is not available) the ability to watch it in theaters.
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Lets get something straight, Drama films are not something I actively seek out. Let’s get one other thing straight, the 80’s were a great time for action, horror and comedy, but the truly great dramas came from the 70’s and 90’s in opinion. The 80’s were such a time of total excess dramas for the most part suffered from them. In going over various titles to compile this list I noticed that lots of stuff from the 80’s are wrongly categorized. For example. Starman and Action Jackson are considered Drams. I see them as Sci-Fi and most definitely action for the latter. Beverly Hills Cop an action comedy is listed as a drama as well. I mean sure all those film had drama elements but to me they all belonged in a different category. Now I am sure people may find a few of my choices belong in a deferent category so I must stress, like I always do this is my opinion. Also before you ask I love Rocky 4 but it was to goofy for me to count as a drama. So here we go, The Top 10 80’s Dramas.
10) Full Metal Jacket: Vincent D’Onofrio steals this film, and had he been around in the second act it would have been higher on my list. Yes, I am going on record saying he was not only the best part of the film, but the only reason to even care about the film. His performance was so powerful I put this on the top 10 drama films of all time let alone the 80’s. The fact he did not get an Oscar nod is a horrendous oversight. Stanley Kubrick's take on the Vietnam War follows smart-aleck Private Davis (Matthew Modine), quickly christened "Joker" by his foul-mouthed drill sergeant (R. Lee Ermey), and pudgy Private Lawrence (Vincent D'Onofrio), nicknamed "Gomer Pyle," as they endure the rigors of basic training. Though Pyle takes a frightening detour, Joker graduates to the Marine Corps and is sent to Vietnam as a journalist, covering -- and eventually participating in -- the bloody Battle of Hué.
9) Mississippi Burning: Watching Gene Hackman beat the crap out of a racist wife beating cop in a barbershop is one of the best scenes in film. Its also fantastic to watch the performance of Willem Dafoe as the straight laced FBI agent who finally decides to start using more “Unorthodox” measures to solve a crime. When a group of civil rights workers goes missing in a small Mississippi town, FBI agents Alan Ward (Willem Dafoe) and Rupert Anderson (Gene Hackman) are sent in to investigate. Local authorities refuse to cooperate with them, and the African American community is afraid to, precipitating a clash between the two agents over strategy. As the situation becomes more volatile, the direct approach is abandoned in favor of more aggressive, hardline tactics.
8) Pope of Greenwich Village: Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts are both fantastic in this little film from 1984. Once again the fact that Rourke was not given an Oscar nod is a shame. In fact It’s something I believe he himself resents to this day. Roberts is amazing as well and gives one of his best performances of all time. Cousins Paulie (Eric Roberts) and Charlie (Mickey Rourke) plan to rob a merchant in the New York City neighborhood that's home to the restaurant where they work. When their scheme results in the death of a police officer and draws the ire of the Mafia-linked businessman who was ripped off, Charlie's girlfriend (Daryl Hannah) bolts, and mob henchmen exact a brutal price from Paulie. With the mob threatening to kill them, the thieves must think fast if they intend to survive
7) The Breakfast Club: Considered by some a comedy to me dealings of parental abuse, suicidal thoughts, angst, and other various teen problems are dramatic. John Hughes who normally makes simple family teen comedies really did a fantastic job with this young cast. Throw in the fact it all takes place in a high school, mostly the library makes it all the more charming. Five high school students from different walks of life endure a Saturday detention under a power-hungry principal (Paul Gleason). The disparate group includes rebel John (Judd Nelson), princess Claire (Molly Ringwald), outcast Allison (Ally Sheedy), brainy Brian (Anthony Michael Hall) and Andrew (Emilio Estevez), the jock. Each has a chance to tell his or her story, making the others see them a little differently -- and when the day ends, they question whether school will ever be the same.
6) Fatal Attraction: The movie that made men stop having affaires, and buying Rabbits. This is a marvelous film that hold up perfectly to this day. In fact I must say all of these films do, none of them miss a beat in terms of years gone by. Michael Douglas (who will be on this list again) is fantastic. Sure he messed up cheating on his wife, but he’s also able to play the character as semi sympathetic as well. The film went on to get 6 Oscar nominations that year. For Dan Gallagher (Michael Douglas), life is good. He is on the rise at his New York law firm, is happily married to his wife, Beth (Anne Archer), and has a loving daughter. But, after a casual fling with a sultry book editor named Alex (Glenn Close), everything changes. Jilted by Dan, Alex becomes unstable, her behavior escalating from aggressive pursuit to obsessive stalking. Dan realizes that his main problem is not hiding his affair, but rather saving himself and his family.
5) Blow Out: Not only John Travolta’s most overlooked film, but probably one of the most overlooked films ever. Brian De Palma chose Travolta of Al Pachino for this small film, its budget was only around 9 million, and Travolta delivered. Filmed mostly at night with amazing editing and style Blow Out has luckily developed a cult following over the years. While recording sound effects for a slasher flick, Jack Terri (John Travolta) stumbles upon a real-life horror: a car careening off a bridge and into a river. Jack jumps into the water and fishes out Sally (Nancy Allen) from the car, but the other passenger is already dead -- a governor intending to run for president. As Jack does some investigating of his tapes, and starts a perilous romance with Sally, he enters a tangled web of conspiracy that might leave him dead.
4) Stand By Me: Without a doubt the greatest coming of age film ever made. Corey Feldman gives one of the greatest performances of any child actor with his turn as Teddy Duchamp. The narration, heart, humor, and overall simplicity make this a must see film. Its rated R, but its defiantly a film that parents can watch with their kids. This film has such a great chemistry between the entire cast that will never be duplicated again. After learning that a stranger has been accidentally killed near their rural homes, four Oregon boys decide to go see the body. On the way, Gordie Lachance (Wil Wheaton), Vern Tessio (Jerry O'Connell), Chris Chambers (River Phoenix) and Teddy Duchamp (Corey Feldman) encounter a mean junk man and a marsh full of leeches, as they also learn more about one another and their very different home lives. Just a lark at first, the boys' adventure evolves into a defining event in their lives.
3) Scarface: Yeah Yeah it’s a gangster film, but all gangster films are dramas if you think about it. Al Pacino gives one of the most memorable performances of his career in this now iconic film about drug trafficking in Miami in the 80’s It become a pop culture phenomenon. Games, toys, posters, shirts, you name it. The lines are quoted to this day. Its Brian De Palma’s second film on this list and it really is a must see. After getting a green card in exchange for assassinating a Cuban government official, Tony Montana (Al Pacino) stakes a claim on the drug trade in Miami. Viciously murdering anyone who stands in his way, Tony eventually becomes the biggest drug lord in the state, controlling nearly all the cocaine that comes through Miami. But increased pressure from the police, wars with Colombian drug cartels and his own drug-fueled paranoia serve to fuel the flames of his eventual downfall.
2) Raging Bull: I give Robert De Niro a lot of flak for phoning in performances now a days but there is no denying he deserved the Oscar for this film. He what can only be called amazing commitment he gained over 60lbs to portray LaMotta after he retired from boxing. That’s a commitment you don’t see often. Shot in glorious black and white this film is truly historic. In fact it’s the first film to ever be selected into the National Film Registry the first year it was eligible. Based on the true story of Jake LaMotta The story of a middleweight boxer as he rises through ranks to earn his first shot at the middleweight crown. He falls in love with a gorgeous girl from the Bronx. The inability to express his feelings enters into the ring and eventually takes over his life. He eventually is sent into a downward spiral that costs him everything
1) Wall Street: “Greed is Good” only of the most memorable lines in film was uttered by Michael Douglas in his Oscar winning performance in the Oliver Stone masterpiece. Truly a film of the 80’s its power holds true to this day. It no doubt inspired waves of people to become stockbrokers. Charlie Sheen is equally as fantastic in his role of Bud Fox, a young naive stockbroker who falls under the spell of Douglas. Its one of my all time favorite films, top three actually. On the Wall Street of the 1980s, Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) is a stockbroker full of ambition, doing whatever he can to make his way to the top. Admiring the power of the unsparing corporate raider Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas), Fox entices Gekko into mentoring him by providing insider trading. As Fox becomes embroiled in greed and underhanded schemes, his decisions eventually threaten the livelihood of his scrupulous father (Martin Sheen). Faced with this dilemma, Fox questions his loyalties.
The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone restores the film to Coppola’s original vision; he supervised an edit that created a totally new beginning and ending for the movie, along with a lot of reshuffling of other scenes throughout. There’s a new trailer for the new version of the film; you can watch it below.